Google is just a few days away of revealing its new flagship smartphone, the much awaited Nexus 6 (or Nexus X) will become available on November 3rd and start $399. While most of us can’t wait for the new device to get revealed on October 15, Google has a huge problem it is unable to solve.
Sources have confirmed to TKTechnews that Google still hasn’t obtained the licence to call the next Nexus device Nexus 6 so it might have to stick with Nexus X. It doesn’t look this issue is going to get solved any time soon either as “they could negotiate up until launch”. It has solved the issue with retail packaging by just displaying the name “Nexus” on the device instead of adding a “6” or “X”
The Nexus 6 (or Nexus X) won’t be the only device that will be revealing during the October 15 press event as it is also planning on revealing the Nexus 9 Google play editions of the Moto G 2014 and a HTC Desire running a stock version of Android L becoming the first non-Nexus devices to run a stock version of Android L